THE MORNING HERALD, HAGERSTOWN, MARYLAND. IL ISSUES DROP ON MARKET THURSDAY, JANUARY 6, 1938. MANY LEADERS OFF AT MARKET (LOSE Profit Taking Affects the List After an Early Rally New York, Jan. 6 (yp)—Hall Issues retreated under selling pressure in the stock market today and many leaders of olhav groups likewise fell behind for losses of fractions to a point or more. Profit taking, brokers said, affected Ihe list after 1111 early rally had sprinkled modest gains throughout. At Ihe finish there were numerous plus signs among the less active issues. Brokers said the President's budget message had little effect other than to cause a brief Hurry among the armament shares. Some selling had resulted earlier from, the announcement of the retirement of Supreme . f'ourt Justice Sutherland on the theory his successor would be likuly to reflect Administration sentiment on controversial issues njw before the court, but most analysts consid- eied it only a mh'or factor. Trading was at a moderate pace, with transactions running lo 1,150,840 shares compared with 942,180 yesterday. The Associated Press average of 60. stocks declined .2 of a point to 18.7, Ihe lowest since March 28, 1935. Closing Prices Stock Market What The Market Did Wed. Tues. A LOS ANGELES lad swallowed the wheel of a toy train, only to •find that an extra wheel'in the human mechanism isn't helpful. Amn Can 75 Amn Tel and Tel 148ft Amn Toh li G8 Amn Water Wks 12 Anaconda 31% B and 0 S'A Belli Steel 60% 0 and O 33>.i Chrysler 491,4 Douglas Aircraft 41% Gen Elec 41% Gen Foods 30% Gen Motors 31',i Goodrich 1514 Goodyear . isft int Harvester 63 1 /;: Inl Tel and Tel 6% Ligg and Myers B 94 '/ 2 Mont Ward 32 Nal Dairy 13% Nat Dist 22 1 /! N V Central lf,i^ Packard 4 % Penn R Ic 21% Radio (j% Rep Steel ig Sears Roebuck <j7y s Soc Vnc i-jn^ Std Brands , s% Std Oil N J •„. 4s Studebaker gy, U S Rubber 23% U S Steel 5<ji.£ Warner Pict 6% Wset Union '. 24% Wsg Elec 100V4 Woolworth 37 Advances '448 Declines ..208 Unchanged 157 Tolal Issues 813 BALTIMORE 'GRAIN 5.13 83 109 725 Baltimore, Jan. J (/)>) — Wheat: No. 2, red winter, garlicky, spot, domestic, 97%; January, 87V4. HAGERSTOWN LIVESTOCK Cattle: Receipts, heavy, steers of fair to good (ina'.lty averaging 940 to 1000 Ibs., sold from $7.65 to 18.30. • Butchering heifers sold from $4.56 to $5.70. Good 'butchering cows sold from $4.55 to $6.80 with medium butchering cows sell- ng from $100 to $4.85. Camfe'rs and cutters sold from $2.60 to ?:!.(>0. Good butchering bulls sold from $6.25 to $7.30 with medium butchering bulls selling frpm $D.25 to $6.10 per 100 Ibs. Good stocker steers averaging 425 to 630 Ibs., sold from $7.50 to $8.50 per 100. Calves: Moderately heavy. Good graded calves averaging-147 to 160 11)8., sold for $12.45-$12.3.5 with graded calves averaging 134 Ibs., selling for -$11.00. Thin graded calves averaging 115 Ibs., sold for $10.05. Green calves averaging 100 Ibs., sold down to $9.5!>. Single and heavy calves sold up to $12.40. Sheep, and I.amiis: .Receipts light. No good iambs were offered. Medium lambs of light weights averaging <i5 to 61 Ibs., sold from $6.00 to $6.20. Good stock ewes sold from S5.10 to $7.20 depending upon quality. Good butchering bucks sold from $3.50 to ?5.00 per 100. Hogs: Receipts heavy. graded hogs aver.vging 196 Ibs., sold for $8.95 with graded hogs of lighter weights averaging 174 Ibs., selling for $8.70. Heavy graded hogs averaging 231 Ibs., sold for $8.70. Hogs averaging 134 Ibs., sold for $8.30. Good fneding 1 shoals sold from $7.80 to $9.00 per 100. I Pigs sold from $2.06 to '$3.55. Good Good butchering sows so'.d from $7.15 to M; $S.OO with. medium butchering sows selling from $6.4.0 to $7,90. Slock boars sold from $11.25' lo $14.25 per' head. Butchering slags sold from $6.40 to $7.50. liveslock SURPRISE Rock Hill, S. C., Jan. 5, (IP). — Pride Ralterren, a Rock Hill sportsman, bought a fine bird dog. He paid to have the dog trained, then look him in (lie field. The dog pointed and Ratlerree fired. He bagged—a cat. MANDRAKE THE MAGICIAN Display of e s t i c r CLES . - ROHRER tomac St. Authorized R. C. A. RADIO Dealer Free Trial On Any Model Shockey Furniture Co. SS-.tO S it in 111 1 1 A ven it ft LIBERAL LOANS in Jewelry, void, dliitiioiuls. hll- rt-nvnre, *li»l xutiti, rlntliltiR or iii.vlhlnjf <-lse of mine. Harry's Loan Office UCKNSHI) PA \VNHROKKR 55 N. Jonathan St. The Law of Gravitation By LEE FALK and PHIL DAVIS DO IT ELECTRICALLY THE CHEAPEST WAY POTOMAC EDISO.\ CO. Rock Salt, Salt Blocks, Salt Bricks, Salt Spools Coarse, Medlu.'n and Fine Salt. HOWARD'S 7 E. Baltimore St. Phone 806 LOCAL QUOTATIONS rurnlshed by Klliw Bro«., B«n<voli Locil Prlcet Paid Produe-n Wheat .....; 92c Corn bbl. SOc Shoulder ... v Ib. 20c Polaloes , bu. SOc Country Him ............. Ib 25c Eggs doz. 24c Spring Chickens ... Ib. 16o to ISc Old Chickens Ib. 16c to 18c Butter Ib. 30c Lard lb. lOc Apples... bu. 50 to 75 Country Bacon ig. 180 Onions bu. 75c BALTIMORE, LIVESTOCK Baltimore, Jan. 6 (ff>)— (DSDA.) Cattle: Little movement on several loads of steers, 1260 Ibs., $8.66; lew 1000 Ibs., J7.50; cows, low cutters and cutters, steady, ?4.00-6.00.' * Hogs: Good and choice, 120-200 Ibs., ?S.95-9.20; practical top, $9.20. Good packing sows, mostly ?6.757.00 See Hagerjtown't Large.lt Display of Good Furniture «t Reasonable Prices MEYERS & BERKSON, Inc. 41-43 W. Franklin St. 20% Otf Suits & Overcoats JOHN D. MYERS BALTIMORE HAY Baltimore, Jan. 5 (ff) — Hay: Good timothy, clover and mixed, nominally $12.00-16.no ton. Slraw: No. 1 whenl, $9.00 Ion; oat, $9.00 ton. WHEN WINTER COMES Great Falls, Mont, Jan. 5, (IP}. — Warm winds and sunshine have fooled Dame Nalure here. Householders report the first 193S robin and swelling buds on shade trees. But the northwest probably will have several more .blizzards this winter. THE ADVENTURES OF PATSY Trademark Applied rot V. 8. I'mttnt OBri AH! "TEN-TAKE"- SPEAK OF Wf 'DEVIL, -eg. -1 MEAN YOU'RE JUST THE ^tJ l'*l WAN1ING TO SEE YOU'VE READ THE "LITTLE M/S6 MELODY" SCRIPT. EH? GREAT STUFF, EH? IT AIN'T JUST A SCBIPT -IT'S UTEKATUBE! IT'S POETPY - IT'S A EPIC, EH? AND NOT OHLY" THAT, BUT IT'S aor Evee/m/Ns ; LAUGHS, T5 £Q#IANCS, THSILLS AND.,, AMD.... WELL., (VW4T Off YOU THINK OF IT, 'TEN-TAME" ? I CAN'T HANS ON ANY LONGER- HERE -I GO V Ofr I9JB Kint Fcti COME ON, YOU TWO. YOU CAN FIGURE OUT WHAT HAPPENED IN THE COOLER. YOU WON'T HAVE AWTHING ELSE TO DO. TAILSPIN TOMMY A Gleam of Hope! By GLENN CHAFIN and HAL FOREST i CAN'T SEE voup FI'ECD, DENVER DENVER. .TO FLISKr TEM . . IGMITING OIL. OM WEST SIDE OF FIELD .."SIT 'ER DOWN" ON NORTHEAST ,RUNWAY . .• FLAPS Yt>lfVE FIVE HUNDRED BEYOnO DICKIE DARE Trademark Kerlitratlon AcBlled For U. B. Patent O«c«. Handle With Care By COULTON WAUGH O UK FRIENDS HAVE. ARRIVED IN THEIR $Kl- £ou/ppeci PLANE IN VAHCOWEK--- T RAH4FERRIN6 TO THE REGULAR PLANE, THEY ARE- HOW ZOOMING SOUTHWARD--- LOOK, DICKIE- HERE W£ ARE---WE ZAN FKANC/fCO AIRPORT ! 6QLIY DOC I KIN HARDLY WAIT TA GET LABORATORY AN' REALLY A HUNK O' THAT RADIUM ! ) DICKIE, DON'T WORRY '•• • LET'S A FEW MINUTES LATER WE FIND OUK FRIENDZ EA6EKLY. ™ WAITING INSIDE DR.DUMAVRIER'4 LABORATORY-•• GQfH, A KINDA ARMOffED BABY CARRIAGE! ••AND IT'S GOT MY BASY INSIDE 'Of IT, DICKIE--A MINUTE PIECE OF. RADIUM / ETTA KETT By PAUL ROBINSON While, . CHICK CTIUCKS- ,on<3 ' WHILE" HES ourirs- oun CHANCE TDSEEIF7HIS SHCG OF WS, TRACKS / HESANAVIATOe^ THAT EXPLAINS WHY VIE'VE THAT 'PLANE rA SLrang&r appears but Knocks ~\ him out • WELL,SOVOUEE COMING OUroF BEAUH SLEEP.* IFVOUI2 JAW ISNrfOO SOKE TO TALK I'VE -SO QUESTIONS ASK:YA HIGH PRESSURE PETE By GEORGE SWAN 5CKfWO OF THE Toff <tf. ^TPitiOM uJPiKT^ Z OF O'M TOOfeHE^T MEM TO 60 ON R RfMD WITH Kin -THPCT'5 (J5, CHIEF Vfl NEOEff KfAOk) WHEN -SOME- f1' 1$ E Pi fVr- - 5HOT Pit Vfl f«OM TiHE. F\ rp BIG SISTER THINKING THAT BUDDY WAS RIGHT • BEH\MO HER BETH WAS AMAZED UPON OOKVNK; BACK.TO iscxjsmR . HIM 40WHERE IN SIGHT l-fe ByLESFORGRAVE THE SMOM BUNDED AMD FELL. IMTOtT.' 'fat, >ffiCv tf .'I ~ c 6 o I i, it, i,°,iA'.Unif/nii , l/i I'-" *"• -TOf^crQ/atyt-.
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